Gold Necklace Featuring a Roman Bronze Sestertius of Emperor Philip I - FJ.2744
Origin: Mediterranean
Circa: 244 AD to 249 AD
Collection: Jewelry
Style: Roman Bronze Coin Necklaces
Medium: Bronze and Diamonds

Additional Information: The coin was found in Geresa, Jordan.


This genuine Anceint Roman bronze coin has been mounted in a modern 18 karat gold necklace adorned with genuine diamonds.

The rulers of Rome knew how to stand apart from the crowd, how to turn every entrance and exit into a dramatic spectacle. This radiant necklace would have caused a sensation at the Imperial court and will surely do so wherever it is worn today. Dazzling adornment fit for an empress, or a woman who simply wants to feel like one. - (FJ.2744)



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